Buy a Granville ‘Home of Hope’ ticket and you may win a home, and benefit the community

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The annual Granville Home of Hope giveaway and fundraiser is here.

By purchasing a ticket, you could win a brand new home as well as benefit several local nonprofits.

It’s located in the Belterra neighborhood in east Fresno, near Fowler and Shields avenues.

Tours of the home are available every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and you can even buy your $100 tickets there.

They also have a two ticket bundle that will also get you into the drawing for a chance at winning a Lexus.

The best thing about the Home of Hope: all the money raised stays local.

“Our goal this year, is to raise $600,000 of which 100 percent will benefit nine local nonprofits who provide food, shelter, health care and education, to the underserved right here in our own backyards,” says Veronique Parker, marketing and events coordinator. 

The grand prize drawing is May 1.

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